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, l.g. and samsung talk about 4k televisions. give it a little time, and we'll all call it a better, sharper picture. in a thinner package, this tv is super thin with a slightly curved screen so everyone can see better. >> that's the best part when you bring in that five-degree curve. open the room up for the entire audience that's there. there's not a bad seat anywhere. >> reporter: another trend, greener tv sets. scoring higher ratings with environmentalist. >>. the whole manufacturing process from supply to they say like from trade told tracradle to cr designers consider, it the engineers consider it, and we make sure that everything that is easy to recycle, easy to take apart. >> big screens, big shows. but in the big picture, the tv-making industry is getting a little thin. we want to focus now on one gigantic global company making big inroads in the bay area. it's building new offices and hiring in silicon valley, not to mention its world-famous battle with apple. here's how samsung wants to be the next big player in the consumer electronics industry. with somewhere close to 1
plunging how can you invest in its smartphone rival samsung? tracy byrnes and ashley webster have the answers next on fox business. don't miss it. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: i'm ashley webster. apple falling hard. the stock dropping nearly 12% on fears the company, well, is losing out to smartphone rival samsung. that raises the question how can you invest in samsung? we're looking for options in moments. it is not that easy. tracy: it is not. there is no adr. the odd man out months after nasdaq and i.c.e. teamed up in a failed bid to take over the new york stock exchange, nyse and i.c.e. are going it alone. bob fwri felled shares his reaction with liz claman from davos. that is ahead. ashley: a dire warning from the economy from a top advisor to president bush. ed lazear is here. he says we need to take dressic action right away. nothing happens in washington right away. tracy: unless its hundred of orders, or vacations. tracy: as we do
the cyberattacks on our nation's banks. connell: the man behind the iphone killer, samsung's chief product officer bringing his plans for the galaxy phone. dagen: a new court ruling on rfid tags at school and why your kids may have to wear them. connell: and more on this vicious flu outbreak is keeping both kids and their parents at home. dagen: don't look at me. i'm saying nothing. you should be appreciate the moment. connell: pretty much -- a lot of people have the flu, huh? that is a rare moment when you're quiet. dagen: do not come to work if you are that sick because i know you will wind up getting it. connell: that's how it spreads around. at the top of the hour we go to nicole petallides for stocks now and every 15 minutes. news on morgan stanley; right? nicole: right, let's take a look at morgan stanley. they are cutting 6% of their workforce. charlie gasparino was the first to report this, but they are going to do some job cuts. we're talking about 1600 jobs within institutional securities. more of the senior employees are probably the ones who will be looked at very closely. half in the
that could revolutionize the way we make things. this promotional video from samsung shows one view of the kind of gadgets but could emerge. paper thin, flexible, three- dimensional. there is a huge potential, according to the scientist who started the research. >> take any big-name, ibm, samsung, intel, all those companies are very excited about what can be done with this material, what this can be used for. >> graphine is seen as so valuable, it is now part of the global contest. there is a race to export it. britain was first to investigate this strange new substance, but it is not clear who will get the most out of it. quakes graphine, remember that name and remember that you heard it here first. that brings us to oppose. you can get updates all day on our website. from all of us here at world news america, thank you for watching. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship mana
by 0.8%. samsung and hyundai rebounded strongly on bargain hunting. after the bell, posco reported a slump in its q4 profit so we'll watch its shares reaction tomorrow. elsewhere, india's sensex is currently down by 0.3% after the rbi cut the interest rates for the first time in nine months. back to you. >> okay, sixuan, thank you. catch you a little later. >>> now joining us on the set is allan miller, founding partner at stm private. the top thing on everyone's mind, allen, welcome first of all. what's happening with markets? equities around the world and a lot of other markets are at multi year highs. they're on these winning streaks. yesterday we saw that start to break down. is there a significance to that? >> we never look on a one-day view. if you look further out, there's substantial value in equities compared to bonds. but when you actually look at the sharp rise as we've had in the last few months, it's not unusual for some of that to be basically given back. and if you look at the volatility of markets, the vix, it's down to the lowest level it's been for years and years
features. gerri: what about samsung? >> samsung is amazing as well. they have apple and google and facebook. samsung outsold apple's iphone to that one. gerri: times people here think that the iphone is the only thing to buy. but not everybody agrees with that. >> the android is 73% of the global market. the iphone is the minority. gerri: thank you for coming on tonight. we appreciate your time and help. still to come, my "two cents more" on former pesidents. and apple has been tumbling. dangerously close to 52 year lows. find out what happens next. gerri: up gerri: technology stocks making headlines today. in the last segment we told you about facebook's new search feature. investors were not too impressed, they got a lot of attention here. apple and dell. from on the technology doctor, i am joined by gary kaltbaum. i can't help myself. i want to hear what you think about the facebook announcement. we have to start there. >> i think the biggest problem is they set the big media, supposedly it's going to be the end-all, be-all, it's just a little bit better search. now we are going to wait
deficit. and it's also in focus with samsung electronics, expected to release it's delayed guidance. at the same time, japan's retail giant will unveil their q3 forecast, as well. and december faels figures are due from taiwan. auoptronics and umc. >>> still to come, our next guest expects a 10% price drop in aural commodities over the new year. we'll find out why in just a moment. it turns out he turned his back on his homeland since the next tax. he received his russian passport as well as you can see a hug from the president. probably not easy to do to hug him. stephane is in paris. you have to have big arms to try and hug gerard. >> long, long arms. very long arms. >> i'm not quite sure why he's gone for a russian passport. i don't quite -- i thought he was going to live in belgium. anyway, how is this all going down? >> there's a fiscal agreement between france and russia in 1996 and he's in the still position when it comes to fiscal residence. the main criteria is the usual place of residence. in other words, if he still spends more than 50% of his time in trans, he will still
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along with some warnings on the strength of gloeg global demand coming from the likes of samsung. will i sixuan has plenty more from singapore. >> thank you, kelly. let's start with japan. that market yet begin took center stage in asia. december cpi came in at minus 0.2% piling more pressure on the boj to beat deflation and eventually meet that 2% inflation target. the boj jumped nearly 3% and it's up for the 11th straight week. that's the longest winning streak in about 42 years. the japanese yen weakened to a fresh 2 1/2 year low against the green back. that's fueled a strong rally in exporter stocks. shares in china gave back strong gains earlier ending down by 0.5%. chinese stocks led losses of prot taking after north korea warned us more rocket launches and a nuclear test. the weakness in the mainland dragged the hang seng lower by just a touch. china mobile shares slipped for the fifth straight sessions. elsewhere, south korea shares pulled back for the third straight session, down almost 1% today. suppliers, they continued to tumble. samsung electronics lost 2.5% despite record e
to last year, the trial against samsung, they 1 $1 billion, but lost something more significant, public good bit brigid public good will. with companies like blue will out-innovating apple right now, they are following up with the ipad mini. they now appear to be following the market instead of leading it. bid toprime minister's redefine the british relationship with the european union has many worried, which is no surprise. why? half of all goods and services produced by british companies are exported to europe. the 0.5 million jobs are linked to this trade. the impact on employment would be a key concern. but we should not forget that the u.k. is important to europe as well. if you look at exports and imports, they do more business with the u.k. than any other country, including the united states. this may also surprise you, britain over to france and the u.s. to become germany's single largest trading partner. their combined trade with the u.k. in the first nine months of last year was $203 billion. what is it that these ceos want? >> they do not want to leave the euro. free trade is
to start with samsung. it's a great example of how much tv you get for your money. a 650 tv set. it has very good picture. uses the technology called plasma which is the technology that is very beautiful deep blacks, and it's also got -- gerri: typically the criticism of these tvs, is that the blacks were gray. >> very black, and you can see well. the picture is bright from any angle with a plasma set, which is important for something like a super bowl party. everybody can see even if they're in the kitchen getting a drink while there's a touchdown. $650, 51 inches. move up, spend twice as much as that, the lg. the lg, 55 inch set. now, this uses lcd technology which is the most common technology in televisions. really nice and bright,, but not quite as black. this is a very good set. $1200, you add in -- gerri: why does it cost twice as much? >> it's bigger and adds online access. you can go to netflix and so on with this tv set. really a nice performer. additional features that the samsung does not. gerri: pansonic. >> it's the impress your neighbor's set. it's $2500 -- gerri: 3700 >>
to buy an apple tablet but people in this world that will buy the cool pad 8060 for $100. >> that samsung phone and like the wider screen. the wider screen. >> the important thing is listen to the discussion we are having, about another company. >> i know we want to get to netflix as well. three of six quarters i believe they have missed since he has taken over, two of the last three. jobs was 11 straight and 19 of 20 quarters where they overdelivered. now, put that in some perspective for us in terms of conservative guidance. when does pressure build on him? >> now. already. no? >> we are a long way from that. a long way. >> do you think -- let me ask you, do you think four months ago, the company was a better company than it is now? >> no i think it's the same company. >> same company, right? so then why do you want to pay so much? >> other companies are not the same company. >> samsung is not the same company. google is not the same company. >> interestingly, to put today into some perspective, the last gap down for apple was july 22, 2008. so mornings light this don't happen lot. also
it hit it. the stock is down about 17%. >> behind the rifle samsung with the group international data corporation with fewer iphone in the third quarter of last year and that ran apple's operating system for how many phones are running on samsung. tablets as well and apple is expected to hold on to the market share. not as high as it uslly does. android is catching up. you are talking about how we got this fascination with apple and it may not be all that. >> no and there reports they may sell iphone to keep them cheaper and so many different types of phones out there and a lot of new technology that people are excited about is not always apple. >> true. one analyst said apple is still a category killer. when was the last time you saw anybody waiting in line for a samsung device. we still see the lines. >> it may happen. they have a monopoly. you have another one and another one. >> you feel hooked. >> you won't spend the money to switch. >> a landmark that spoke a seven-year streak. >> a confession? reports say he admitted doping to oprah winfrey, but how far did he go? >> the unlike
intel and qualcomm and samsung, and the smallest one. we have this area of the show for start-ups with 150 companies with ideas and some people are coming back from there and saying these are really breakthrough technologies, these are great. but it's just the american way you know? you have this ability of anyone to come up with an idea and expose it, and that's why we run this event. it's for anyone. it's not just for -- the big companies actually respect that we have the small companies here, and that's how we run this organization. >> host: where do you see growth in consumer electronics in the next couple of years? >> guest: ing there's growth in several categories. sometimes categories go through a lull and a rise. like we had hd-tv in the video area, there's a little bit of a lull, but i think it's going to get back big with connected tv. that's exciting. other areas obviously wireless and mobile. the fcc chairman just made a huge announcement at the show expanding unlicensed spectrum. now, that's not only wi-fi but to all sorts of products ha you can't envisions. the f
to play catchup with the likes of apple and samsung? >> it's 12:00 noon here in london, early morning in washington, and 9:00 p.m. in pyongyang, where the government has issued a chilling warning, claiming its nuclear weapons are designed to reach america. now, whether that's credible or not, it's certainly the most provocative statement to come since kim jong un came to power, and it's not just rhetoric in what's being referred to as a new phase in its struggle with the historic enemy. north korea says it's planning a third nuclear test. for more on that, we can join lucy williamson, who's following developments in neighboring seoul. lucy? >> thanks, george. yes, there's been months of speculation here in south korea as to whether the north was planning a third nuclear test. today we got confirmation not only that it was, but also that it was a warning to the united states. so if those u.n. sanctions this week were meant to dissuade pyongyang, they seem to have had the opposite effect. six weeks after it launched a long-range rocket and just a day after receiving extra u.n. sanctions
of the samsung android. it over to talk to be the biggest seller of smart phones there are so many different samsung phones and some of the newest ones are cheaper than the iphone. sometimes even free! how can apple compete? and the rise of the new phablet like the galaxy of notes. the screens are huge, with a stylus. and what ever it is, they are catching on and apple does not sell one your and also, the iphone 4 is offering get free. retailers are saying that the iphone 4 has been sold out and not selling out of the iphone 5. consumers could be choosing the free iphone 4. apple has been not responding. to this report. this could all be a rumor and wall street is just acting on fears and emotions. their projected earnings are released next week. they will probably clear up this chatter about componentry gabe slate tech report >> jacqueline: it was certainly a cold day today and in other tomorrow. 43 degrees and real work in the 40's and some other locations. it is going to get a lot colder. fairfield, 45. livermore, 45 and santa rosa, 53 degrees. here is what we can expect tomorrow. cold an
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times i've been standing around and groups of people are comparing their latest samsung phone or talking about the next generations of devices out. the mobile world conference is next month in barcelona. how much pressure is on the company for new devices? i think it's been said many times. this is an extremely important earnings called for the company tomorrow night. we feel the echo system that apple brings to the table is very strong and powerful. we see about 20% 3g coverage for mobile phones at this point. there's a lot of smartphone buyers still to come into the market and we ultimately feel as though it's a samsung and apple ecosystem play here as we go forward. but, you know, i don't feel as though apple has lost the cool factor completely. we feel as though this year will be important from a product perspective of what they, again, have up their sleeve over the coming quarter peps. >> aaron, do you have an iphone? >> i do, iphone 5. >> are you using it now? >> i am. >> okay. just curious. so it still has the cool factor there with aaron rakers. he's coming in from stifel nicolau
. >> it's also true they're getting much more competition from people like samsung and others. >> much more competition. and google, the samsung system has taken away the spot from the iphone both here in the u.s. and abroad overseas. >>> time now to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. benjamin netanyahu will be able to remain in power. a strong showing by more moderate rivals may force him to include them in his new government. >> the "houston chronicle" reports a suspect has been charged with a shooting at a community college, an argument escalated between two men when one pulled a handgun. he wounded the man and a maintenance worker. >>> "the washington post" says new federal rules would severely restrict medical research on chimpanzees. it would send all 450 into retirement. >>> "usa today" says existing home sales are expected to continue marching upward. last year's sales hit their highest level in nine years rising more than 5% in 2011. >>> "wall street journal" says some countries are waking up to the problem of tired workers.
of diversify their portfolio and in the past a lot of people wrote that off. as they feel pressure by samsung, might be more credence to the rumor this time around. stuart: we feel that the smartphone is the newest-- and selling all over the world a huge deal. primary fight between apple iphone and samsung the galaxy. >> correct. stuart: it looks like in the china market, perhaps the most important market of all, apple wants to get back, not necessarily back on top, but certain a more major player and i hear maybe this new phone, if they do indeed come out with it, could be down to $100 bucks a pop. what are you hearing? >> well, yeah, because there's a lot of pressure on them to, in unsubsidized world we're moving into. if you buy an unlocked phone today, it's $150. when you have carriers t-mobile coming out unlimited plan only for unsubsidized phones that total cost of ownership is important. if apple does come out with a low cost phone it can't just be cheaper, they're going to have to differentiate whether it's in terms of color or design or even like, hooking up into new trends like wear
just got that -- plasma television for a long time and i just got that samsung l.e.d., the thin clear one. >> a lot of people are going to kick themselves because all this stuff is coming out now. >> i first got it and it dvrs and showed mine, it's ridiculously clear. it's clearer than in person. >> and wait until we get to the next ones, don, it will get worse. >> okay, so we are all thrilled about high definition tvs and now we are getting ultra hd. >> you are going to be making another doctor pointment after this. ultra hd, you had sd, now hd and now we are in the future, and it's ultra hd, that means the resolution is much, much better. they are called 4k tv, that is 4,000 pixels, that is four times the amount of pixels in a normal hd television, you see it, how great the resolution is. you can stand close to a tv and with normal televisions, it is blurry, but with this kind of tv the picture will be clear. but i will say, you mentioned this being expensive. these are the kind of tvs that are going to be so expensive because the tech is so new. sony has one for 10s of thousands of
as increased competition from other companies like samsung. apple shares hit an all-time high of 705 when the iphone 5 was released. they have since lost about a quarter of their value. apple stock has lost 7% in just the last three sessions. >>> we have breaking international news now with a local impact. the 787 dreamliner is now grounded. the entire fleet of the 787 dreamliner is being grounded after a plane had to make emergency landing this afternoon in japan. no one was hurt in the latest incident. in the last if you weeks the 787 have experienced a wide variety of problems. in july debris falling from the engine of a 787 on a runway in south carolina started a fire that led to the airport being temporary shutdown. in september, the ntsb made two urgent safety recommendations to fix general electric engines which are used in dreamliners and other planes. ge, a part owner of nbc. last month united airliners dreamliner traveling from houston to new jersey made an emergency landing in new orleans when a power generator failed and just last friday an ana dreamliner in japan was delayed due to
. this is also gesture technology? >> samsung series 7, this is also gesture, nontouch. it is touch as well. this does a little bit of both. if you're looking for devices -- there are some different combinations, things you can do without touch, things you can do with touch. you don't want to get oil, vinegar all over your keyboard. wave at the computer. >> that's great. this is ingenious. we've been through superstorm sandy here. a lot of people lost power. this is a way to bring light into your life when there is no electricity. >> it's called luminaid. charge it in the sun for five hours. >> pouch that folds flat like this. >> waterproof. you blow it up and it looks like this. then basically to turn on the light it has two settings with this little power button. it will be hard to see maybe in the studio. you can see lights being generated from that. >> you store half a dozen of those and you blow them up at a time when you need them, you've got light in an entire room. >> you do. they're waterproof, puncture proof. two women, one from dartmouth, the other from columbia university came u
. >> samsung. >> next thing, man. >> reporter: turns out wall street is also wondering about apple. apple stock now at $502, has dropped $200 since september. it came after "the wall street journal" reported that apple cut orders for parts on its iphone 5 because of weaker than expected demand. >> we look at it as a bit of a letdown, obviously. it's not great that this has happened. we thought this device would be the biggest seller. >> reporter: apple is declining to comment ahead of its earnings due out in ten days. it was just 15 months ago the founder and ceo steve jobs died but apple's current ceo, tim cook, was defiantly confident in a recent interview with nbc's brian williams. >> don't bet against us, brian. don't bet against us. we are constantly innovating, we are constantly looking around the corner. we constantly want to make the world's best products. >> reporter: it is a very tough field. ask blackberry. the shelf life for anything tech cool is about three to six months and globally samsung is expected to sell more smart phones this year than apple. cnbc's tech reporter john forte
the good work. i will keep up the good work. do more with the new samsung galaxy note ii. for a limited time get two flipcovers for the price of one. exclusively at verizon. pretty sweet, huh? cute. but don't you have any apps on your phone that can make your life easier? who do you think i am, quicken loans? at quicken loans, we'll provide you with myql mobile. this amazingly useful app allows you to take pictures of your mortgage documents using an iphone or android smart phone... so you can easily send them to us. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ooh, la-la! [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact and the active ingredient relieves your cough. robitussin®. don't suffer the coughequences™. ish. >>> wisconsin state senator glenn grothman sunder fire tonit for his very blunt attack on kwanzaa, a holiday that millions of people around the world hold dear. in a press release titled "why must we still hear about kwanza" the republican lawmaker slammed the holiday's creator maulena karenga saying "kare
, the screens on smartphones are a little bigger, samsung showing off some bigger smartphones, cleaner streams, more apps, and notably developer kits. basically ways to put more software on smartphones. >> software sbintegrated with yr car and home and cute, colorful accessories to make your phone more functional. even this improved technology from lickwy pell in case your phone takes a dunk. another trend, smartphone screens that almost border on tablet size and tablets that border on some laptop functions. >> now you don't have to decide between having a tablet or pc or carrying both. with one dice device like this, i can carry this one thing and have both the pc and the tablet when i need it. >> reporter: i've got one of those convertibles in my hand. powered by intel, this is the latest of the yoga line from lenovo. it comes out this summer. yoga is an apt name considering how flexible it is. you can bend it back like this and go from laptop to tablet. in las vegas, ckarin caifa. >>> up next, joe biden butting heads with the nra. how hot things got behind the scenes. >>> and she's back. ca
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of consumers. you can tell samsung is the giant of this industry by the sheer scale of its enormous stand, which has taken a whole month to build. it shows off its dominance in everything from smartphones where it is the global market leader to smart fridges. but of course, it's televisions where the giants of this industry try to show their appliances. the screens get bigger every year. this one is 110 inches across. but samsung has another trick, a 3-d screen which can show two different programs at the same time. the screen appears blurred, but look through the glasses and it becomes clear. >> it's all about screens, smartphones and how you connect them all together. >> reporter: and the car industry has brought lots of new ideas to vegas. this lexus research vehicle effectively drives itself. sensors judge when it's getting too close to other cars and apply the brakes. you don't see a day when i'll be able to sit in the back seat and let the car do the work? >> i would prefer you didn't do that. i would prefer you drove and the car made you a better driver. >> reporter: some of the ga
, and there are increasingly ways that this is a remote control for our daily lives. look at samsung's washing machines or at harmon's cars where they use a smartphone to enhance the experience. >> it is remote controlled and enabling a network in the car. if you're using at&t or verizon or sprint, you'll have to change -- you won't have to change. you'll connect. you make the car a hot spot and use your same program. you don't have to subscribe to a program for car and program for your phone. we make cars so that they will work with any phone, whether it's a motorola, samsung, or nokia or apple, and any provider. >> the reason that is possible is because smartphone penetration in the u.s. is up near 50% with android and the iphone as the main drivers of that. expect that to be a trend that we see for the next couple of years now that manufacturers know there's probably a smartphone in your pocket. all the gadgets around you can do that much more. >> john ford there. >>> ubs' former chief executive and the current head of the investment bank are among the ubs executives testifieding today before the br
likes the bigger screen. >> i thought you were going statistics. >> it's everything to do with samsung and less what the iphone looks like. >> people seem to like the bigger screens. i-phone is a tiny, tiny screen. >> can i get you on the record, in the end, will house republicans agree to raise the rate ceiling? >> i think they will find a way to do it, let's put it that way and i would urge everybody to -- >> you're not in congress anymore, come on. >> no, i think -- >> you are very moderate. >> will they get obama to make more spending cuts? >> i think we need the president's leadership on that and that was an element missing in yesterday's press conference. debris with the president, we have to pay our debts, that is true, however, the fundamental question is actually how do we address the mounting debt that we are accumulating now. >> you address it but -- >> i urge everybody to read keith hennessey's blog, he has some interesting ideas about how to approach the mechanics of getting the debt ceiling. it's keith hennessey, i get his e-mails but keith hennessey, a very interesting c
and increasing competition from samsung are blamed. the iphone 5 was released in september. >>> i am still a republican. colin powell declaring his support for his political party but not before warning that some ideas held by his fellow republicans could be hurting the party's future. >> there's also a dark vein of intolerance in some parts of the party. what do i mean by that? what i mean by that is they still sort of look down on minorities. how can i evidence that? when i see a former governor say that the president is shucking and jiving. that's a racial era slave term. >> powell is most likely talking about former alaska governor sarah palin who blasted president obama for his handling of the benghazi consulate attack on facebook writing in part, "why the lies? why the cover up? why the dissembling about the cause of the murder of our ambassador? on the anniversary of the worst terror attacks on american soil. we deserve answers to this. president obama's shuck and jive shtick with these benghazi lies must end." joining me now cnn contributor and senior writer for cnn.com, gra l.z. g
. reports show apple's phone has been losing grounds to samsung and other rivals in the smartphone market. >>> later this morning, governor brown will be at san jose state university. the school is holding an event to announce an online education partnership. they will be working together to develop a pilot program to offer online courses. more details will be unveiled at 10:00. >>> now we know the reason 13 people became sick at the hilton hotel in san jose on sunday. hotel officials say pepper spray caused some of the guests on the 18th floor to get sick. they complained of throat and eye irritation. no one had to be hospitalized. an investigation continues. >>> we want to check in with sal again. >> there's a new crash 880 southbound at 23rd. that crash is making traffic slow on the nim mit the -- nimitz freeway. you can see the traffic is very slow heading down there. at least one lane is blocked. if you are trying to get to the oakland airport, i think or driving south on 880, i think you should give yourself plenty of extra time because of that crash. it gets better immediately. als
. the owner of stores are set to release its q1 earnings today. samsung electronics is expected to post its q4 earnings guidance. that's all on the agenda in asia. but what investors are to do with what we've got so far this year? joining us now, nicholas. these are the classic risk off day yesterday. how do you categorize it and what it means for -- >> well, i mean, obviously, you know, i think it's important to be clear that this was a rally not based -- based not on what the deal did, but what the deal undid. clearly, the good news is that the u.s. americansfully avoided an even bigger fiscal issue. but, you know, i think clearly it shows how low we've actually sunk in the realm of investors expectations when the markets are actually rallying on essentially muddling through. and this is a well trodden path. it's a fairly familiar tale. and we've obviously seen it in the eurozone time and again. it's important -- it is important to say that we have averted what could have been a catastrophic fiscal sweep. and this is what the markets are focused on. the markets are focused on the growth pict
are looking really good, beating their own estimates so this faces intense competition from samsung and other names in the same realm but up 16.5% so this is a huge. stuart: wife and microsoft? microsoft -- stop laughing. microsoft buys software that goes to the phone which is selling well. nicole: what is it doing? stuart: i am looking. nicole: it is up 0.4. full disclosure, stuart varney owns microsoft shares. stuart: anyone who watches this program knows very well i am a long-suffering microsoft shareholder. look at that. up $0.10. there is a rally. there are conflicting reports regarding how walmart is involved in the gun control discussions. at the white house are they meeting with the vice president or the attorney general? regardless, walmart is involved. joining us is kim carney from the washington examiner. walmart is involved in these discussions about gun-control and gun policy going forward. what does the administration want from walmart? >> an administration official told the washington post earlier this week or last week that is a no wal-mart stands to benefit from a restriction
. the victim settled his case with the city. >>> in money news samsung has hit a mobile milestone. the electronics giant said it has sold 100 million phones and tablets from its galaxy "s" series. the newest flagship of the series, the gal saxly s-3 has sold 40 million phones alone. >>> ice and snow makes travel difficult across many parts of the country. in louisiana dozens of accidents were reported and several roads closed because of freezing rain and low temperatures. chattanooga, tennessee, a car was crushed when a tree came crashing down because of strong winds. and in dallas, more than 170 flights were canceled due to freezing rain at destinations across the south. wintry weather stretches all the way to maine, though, parts of the northeast could see up to 6 inches of snow today. >>> in a little more than two hours president obama and vice president joe biden will unveil their plan to fight gun violence. here's what we're expecting them to say -- according to an official familiar with the situation the president will press for a ban on high capacity magazines, purr for uni
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pod. i feel all along they should have done that with the phone. samsung is for real and other carri carriers that dictate a lot of demand trends. i like the strategy. i think they can gain margin through scale and sell a lot of accessories and services through that. that's a little hard to stole my investors and my clients sometimes. i think that the ipod way, they went after it and they didn't let anybody do anything in that music player market. i actually think that's the way to go in phones. now that we've passed that time, they need to be a little careful. they can do a phone with a 40% margin, below the current but not below others. >> and some people anticipated in part they sold so many of the iphone 5 more than expected. is that good news for apple? >> it's a mixed news. actually, i think the big news of verizon, they sold more iphones than expected but sold more old iphones. half were iphone 4s and 4 ss. those actually carry a higher margin than iphone 5. the gross margin may be surprising given the mix of old iphones was stronger than expected and i expect it continues. wh
china buying 400 phones. >> and samsung is getting huge market share. by the way, the coolest new phone you'll ever see in your whole life, they now make a screen that doesn't break. >> what? >> it's foldable, twistable, you can't break it. >> have you broken a screen on your phone? >> no, but people are constantly breaking phones. you drop them on the floor and they break. anyway, amazon is taking aim at apple's i tune store unveiling amazon autorip. it's free versions of music cds they pufr chased. analysts hope it will encourage more people to use the class service. >> how would you know whether you were being a really good lincoln or not? how do we know how he acted and how he talked? how would you know if someone was a really good -- other than just good makeup? how would you know whether it was good performance? >> it's guesswork. it doesn't sound like daniel day-lewis. >> but they're saying that he is -- that no one should even show um, that is nominated with him because he's going to win. but how do you know he's realistic? >> it is amazing considering he's european and -- >> bu
. but i think apple is still growing, they're still -- there's no lines anymore if samsung is making fun of. that's going to be a problem for me. right now there's still lines and they're still growing and margins are still high. just not as much as they used to be. >> jon? >> you know, i think it's interesting that became was up so much yesterday powering the dow. this apple story is kind of like between the facebook ipo and ibm. ibm does so well at managing expectations. they're an extreme case of managing both expectations, and their earnings. facebook totally whipped it on their ipo by not correcting managing expectations. it seems like apple is sort of in that facebook wheelhouse trying to get more like ibm. right now, they're in the midst of a cycle where they redesigning a bunch of products. margins are down. but in terms of the number of iphones that they're shipping, very high. i mean, that's something that investors certainly need to think about. >> all right, john, thank you very much. daniel, thank you. we appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> the world economic forum is just hea
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